"I am real excited about Kansas," said Daymond Patterson. "They are playing really good. I watched the Kansas State game on television. I am real excited about their offense and the receivers. I like how they are letting them make plays."
"I was going to try to go up to KU for the Baylor game, but we had a game three hours away. We have a lot of games out-of-town. It's been a conflict. I am going to try to go up there sometime this season."
"I have been talking to coach [Clint] Bowen, coach [Mark] Mangino and coach [Tim] Beck. They just tell me how everything has been going. They tell me how good they have being playing and ask about my season."
"They have said a lot of encouraging things and told me what it would be like when I get up there next year."
"I have still had a few schools stay in contact with me. I have told everyone I am solid with Kansas. I am not going to visit any other schools. I plan to take my official visit to KU one of the first three weekends of December."
When asked his thoughts on the remainder of the season Patterson replied, "I think we are going to end up real good. If we play how we should then we won't see many losses. The Missouri game should be our toughest game. I really don't see us losing more than two games."
North Mesquite is 2-4, 0-1 in district play. Patterson is having a big season and looking forward to the contest Friday night.
"Our season is going pretty good," he said. "We played our first district game the other night. It was a hard fought game, but the other team came out with the victory. This week we play our rival Mesquite. It should be a real good game."
"I have done well this season. I have 41 receptions for 520 yards and eight touchdowns. I have a kick-off and punt return for a touchdown as well."
Daymond Patterson, a Scout.com three-star receiver from Mesquite-North, Texas, will begin his…